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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 2
Posted By: Jenny
Date: December-09, 1997 at 09:46:38
I want to mention a couple of appliances that I have come to rely on to help me stay with this good nutrition program. I got a $10 coffee bean grinder to grind flaxseeds instead of buying the oil. Wasn't sure I'd use it, but the cost of flaxseed oil, hassle of keeping it fresh, and unpleasant taste (some brands taste better than others) had me looking for an alternative. When I bought the grinder at one of the big discount stores, I saw another item and on a whim purchased it also. It was under $9, something called a "personal power mixer".
Anyway, I've used both of them every day, couldn't get along without them! Flaxseeds are only $.79/pound at my healthfood store. A pound is a lot! It only takes a minute or 2 to grind them and sprinkle them on cereal, grains, or whatever. You get the good oil, plus the fiber, and they are tasty! My power mixer (basically a wee battery-powered blender the size of a drinking glass) is just the thing for mixing those powdered supplements--MSM, powdered vit. C, fiber, protein powders, etc. The most convenient little gizmo ever. I'm not a gadget person, prefer simplicity, but these really do make it easier to stay with the program.
Best of health to all,
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- Helpful appliances
Jenny -- Tuesday, 16 December 1997, at 12:42 p.m.
Steve Shapiro -- Tuesday, 16 December 1997, at 12:42 p.m.